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  • * Victoria County History *

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    indicated by the muddy shores within tide marks. Cyanophyceae Anabaena torulosa, Lagerh. Chlorophyceae Enteromorpha compressa, Grev. - intestinalis, Link . Ulva latissima, J. Ag. Chaetomorpha aerea, Kutz. Rhizoclonium riparium, Harv. Cladophora utriculosa, Kutz., var. laetevirens, Hauck. - rupestris, Kutz. Bryopsis

  • * British History Online *

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    Supplementary Records, Witherslack, Meathop and Ulpha

    16 January, 1741/2. 1732 21 April. Petition of the inhabitants of Witherslack, Methop and Ulva that a river called Ulva pool running between Methop and Ulva to the sands is frequently impassable by reason of land floods or great tides

    Acts, 1842

    Wood, Esq., W.S., Edinburgh, ruling elder. From the Presbytery of Mull, Mr Neil M'Lean at Tyrie, Mr Neil M'Lean at Ulva, Mr Donald Stewart at Tobermory, ministers; Dr George Gray, Professor of Oriental Languages, University of Glasgow, ruling elder. From

    Index, M, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    the. McOnell of the Isles. See Isles , lord of. the. Maconill. See Macdonald. Macquarrie (Macquore, Makquere) , John, of Ulva, i. 1298; ii. 42, 330. Ma uelo (Mocuelo, Macuello, Macuelleo) , Antonio, i. 856, 1019 ii. 134, 344, 387,

    Index, U-Z, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    ii. 456 (2), 533 (p. 247). Ulton , Cumb. See Oulton. Ulton , Ric., i. g. 621 (12 p. 309). Ulva (Wlway) , in Scotland, lord of. See Macquarrie, J. Ulvercroft (Ulvecrofte, Ulvescroft, Oulvescrofte) , Leic., priory (supp.), i. 557

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of marine plants which have grown in this state of confinement. They are, I believe, exclusively, of the Chlorospermatous Order; Ulva, niferossorph/, Coife-va, Bryopsis, &*c. Of the last-named genus a profuse growth enveloping a stone in one of the central Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a Scotchman from the far north, his grand- father having been a small farmer at IUlva in the Hebrides. From Ulva dark, and Colonsay, And all the group of islets gay, That guard famoed Staffa round, the grandfather, unable to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    genesal was the second son of Mr Gillian Maclaine, Isle of Mull, by the eldest daughter of Macquarie, chief of Ulva. TnHE DfK Dr, LuEAIBOuIG, formerly a peer of France, a lieu- tenant-general, and a captain of the body-guard of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gammer (Wall), Dalliance (M. Cannon), and- Ulva (Watts) also rare-Betting: Evens Parsimonious, 4 to 1 a-St Mileadow Swift, 7 to 1 agpt Geneva, and 8 to 1 apt Ulva.-Gammer made the running clear of Ulva, Parsimonious and Meadow Swift, with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ami-cl etenbow secured the Fawsley Park Welter 11andicap. The Ascorr pLATS of 450 sovs, fortwo-year-olds. Five fnrlongs. Duke of Portland's Ulva, by Master Kildare-Staffa, 8SAt 11tb G. Eaxrcttt I Yr. M'Calmnont's ('arihusir, 9st ................n. . Iobinson 2 'dr. (le Rothsschild's Subscribers-only content

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